Kaveri Singh is an artist working out of Los Angeles. Growing up in India, she was exposed to decoration in the form of mehandi, the exquisite inlaid panels at the Taj, and the painted decoration and inlaid mirrors at the Amber Palace. Her love of pattern and design has led her into different mediums including textiles, glass and ceramics. She has worked with leading interior designers doing murals and decorative art for interior and public spaces and has worked on historic estates like the Greer Mansion, the Brody House, and restoration projects identified and applauded by the LA Conservancy. This investigation of different artistic disciplines, both modern and historical, led her to work in the heart of the Azulejo traditions of Spain in Manises, Valencia. An autodidact, self-taught and influenced by both the west and east, she is a synthesis of various traditions. The sense of hybridity and the possibilities of merging both eastern and western traditions that exists in her work led to one of her most significant projects in Sarnath, India: a Sacred Murals project depicting the life of the Buddha.